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30 Examples of Website Search Interface Design

Not many designers place enough focus on the benefits of creative search fields. For content-heavy websites most users will be prepared to search for what they’re looking for. If the search interface sucks then people will be forced to leave and hit Google, or worse… Ask Jeeves.

Instead of driving people away like a repugnant foul pot roast, why not spice up the design and give it some flavor? Then everyone will simply adore the pot roast! In this analogy the pot roast is a stinky search input field that just needs a little TLC.

Source: dzineblog.com

 
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Twitter Launches New Business Website

Twitter has unveiled a complete revamp of their business.twitter.com website, which promises to help brands of all sizes grow their business with Twitter.

“We’re excited to announce the launch of our new website – a tailored experience based on your business needs,” says Twitter. “Whether your business is new to Twitter or you’re a seasoned

Source: www.mediabistro.com

 
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How to Annotate a YouTube Video [Quick Tip]

Ever wondered how to make those clickable buttons that show up on some YouTube videos?

Wonder no more — I’m here to teach you how.

Why? Because little annotations that prompt viewers to “Subscribe” or “Follow us” or “Click here to learn more” encourage them to actually engage and interact with your content — and maybe even head back to your website.

Source: blog.hubspot.com

 
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Apple Sent Porn To A Developer To Prove His App Could Be Used To Find Porn

Pornographic content is forbidden in the Apple App Store, but Apple seems to be OK with sending porn to developers who submit their apps for review, according to one who received an inappropriate pic. 

“It turns out Apple thought the best way to tell us our app could be used to surf porn was to surf for porn using our app,” Carl Smith, a Florida developer for nGen Works, wrote in a blog post on Medium (NSFW link). 

The email, which Smith shared with ReadWrite, appears to be from the Apple app review team and includes an attached photo of a man’s genitalia, but no warning of the enclosed content. This is the kind of thing that can create a hostile work environment for nGen employees whose jobs necessitate reading emails from Apple. 

Source: readwrite.com

 
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Brands Are Increasingly Posting Videos Directly to Facebook

Marketers are increasingly uploading videos directly to Facebook rather than using YouTube links in their posts, according to a recent report from Socialbakers.

The report was based on data from 180,000 Facebook posts on 20,000 Facebook brand pages.

YouTube embeds accounted for the majority of video posts by brands on Facebook at the beginning of 2014, the analysis found. However, as the year progressed, marketers began to steadily upload more and more videos to Facebook directly, with a 50% increase from May to July.

At that rate of growth, directly uploaded Facebook videos would surpass YouTube embeds by the end of the year.

Source: www.marketingprofs.com

 
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